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that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. not effect daily service. next, 75%, that's the any tax break -- tax rate for the rich in france. new budget aimed at reducing the country's deficit. $1,000 is how much this rare penny worth. first one made at the san francisco mint in 1909 with the designer's initials on it. >> friends get to keep 25% of their income. >> they are a generous people, aren't they? >> millions of americans facing foreclosure struggling to stay in heir homes and protect their assets. >> fox news legal analyst bob massey helping homeowners by answering their questions. is he hosting our rebuilding your dreams tour in treasure island, florida. >> bob, gorng. >> aly, clayton and dave we are here in treasure island, florida. rebuilding your dreams. people here answering questions. covering things from modifications to short sales to foreclosures to asset protection and great response. people who love america. who love
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. jenna: quick fox news alert on the economy now. campbell's soup, you know that name the world's largest soup maker. the company behind the can that is an american eye can is slashing hundreds of jobs. they just announced today they're planning to lay off more than 700 people, closing one plant in california and another plant in new jersey the company says the move is intended to cut costs. we heard that from a whole host of companies before. cap campbell soup employs nearly 20,000 people around the world. jon: and new numbers out today offering a mixed picture for the health of our economy. the labor department reporting 359,000 americans filed for unemployment benefit last week. that is a two-month low and a drop of 26,000 from the week before. it comes as the overall economy showed sluggish growth in the second quarter, expanding by just 1.3% and falling short of analyst expectations. let's bring in fox business network's robert gray. so, robert, there is good news and bad news i guess. let's start with the good news. fewer people joining the unemployment line. >> reporter: that is de
and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. megyn: a massive manhunt underway for the killer of a u.s. border agent. his colleague also injured in the attack. adam housley is live in your west coast bureau with more. >> we have good news to report. his colleague, the one that was shot twice when nicholas ivy was killed has been released from a tuck and area hospital. we are told he's distraught over the loss of his partner and agents are rallying around him as he recovers from those wounds, also wounds that are deep for this community as well. you mention the hunt, it's none this area. the fbi has taken over the lead on this investigation. it covers five miles from where this shooting take place. there are reported the mexicans may have detained a couple people. u.s. authorities are working to confirm that. we are hearing from a family spokesperson talking about this man nicholas ivy who had been in the border patrol since 2008. joined following in the footsteps of his brother. he was a great officer, part of the horse team
. the damage is extraordinary. the death toll inkal campbell. syrian troops are on the offensive in the country's third city, homs, recapturing many areas from what they say are foreign fighters and extremist muslims. rebels they say directly armed by arab states. in one district they took they showed us what they said was an abandoned rebel headquarters. bags with saudi arabian markings scattered around. a makeshift scaffold with ropes and a meat hook was there. they said rebels tortured and hanged people here. we have no way of proving this. the u.n. mostly accuses the regime of mass torture but says rebels are guilty of human rights abuses too. but it's clear this is a dirty war here in homs and in every city. no one is safe. no faith is spared. christian churches and muslim mosques are battleground. but one man is an optimist, the new governor of homs, syria's third city. these rebels he says will be beaten and we'll win the war in homs in one month. >> reporter: one month, that seems very optimistic. one month he insists. but britain and america should stop supporting terrorists. they are
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